How to make Pav Bhaji – Indian Vegetarian Recipes by Bhavna

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  1. Had left over pav bhaji so decided to make maki (corn flour) roti with it. Made the maki roti, put lime achaar (nimbu) on it and then spread a thin layer of pav bhaji on it. It was so yummy. It was like eating a desi style pizza! Give it a try. It really does taste good.

    Bhavna, love your videos. I have learned a lot of recipes from you. Ignore the accent/English comments you get. They deserve the "delete" key!

  2. Actually, you don't even know how to use proper English grammar while you criticize someone else's English. Her English is fine, very understandable. The English spoken in India usually has a lot of mistakes too, but Indian people tend to think it's correct. If you don't have anything nice to say about her helpful videos that she puts so much work into, don't say anything at all.

  3. What kind of bread/Pav do you use? The Pav that you get in desi store (at least here in NY) is super pathetic. Currently, I am using Hero rolls from Costco but they don't really fly.

  4. Cutting so many vegetables looks lots of work…is it necessary to take all of those mentioned..?? If yes, then what are the main veggies?

    Waiting for your reply to try it!!

  5. Hi Bhavna just made a really great tasting Pav Bhaji thanks so much i followed your Tava lariwala method so tasty.Thanks so much also used Degi mirch powder the colour came out great.

  6. Hi Bhavna as always you are amazing i will try this method this weekend! Tell me how can i make Pav like you get in India they are so tasty do you have a recipe?Soon you must have a TV show on the web.

  7. @SuperVeggieDelight IN NORTH AMERICA WE RESPECT AND WELL COME CULTURE AND RELIGION….AND I THINK INDIAN FOOD IS JUST YUMM…AND UR CUTE 🙂

  8. Hi Bhavna! I know I'm really late watching this video but somehow I missed it. Anyway I wanted to know where did you get that chopper that you chop onions with? I would love to have something like it, so that they don't hurt my eyes when I chop them. Or even if you know the name of it so I can order it online? Thanks!

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